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View Poll Results: Which team will have the #4 seed/record in the East?

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  • Philadelphia

    38 37.62%
  • Toronto

    29 28.71%
  • Cleveland

    18 17.82%
  • Washington

    5 4.95%
  • Miami

    5 4.95%
  • Charlotte

    0 0%
  • Atlanta

    1 0.99%
  • New Jersey

    3 2.97%
  • Chicago

    2 1.98%
  • Milwaukee

    0 0%
  • Indiana

    0 0%
  • New York

    0 0%
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  1. #1
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    Eastern Conference: 4th best record (4 of 8)

    The poll for the 3rd best record/3rd seed is over in the Eastern conference. Click the team name for poll results. The winner of the previous polls will not be included in new polls. The order of the teams in each poll will be according to the previous poll results. After the 8th best record is determined, the seedings will be adjusted accoring to league rules.

    (1) Boston - Atlantic Division

    (2) Detroit - Central Division

    (3) Orlando - Southeast Division
    Last edited by JordansBulls; 08-16-2008 at 08:58 PM.
    "Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships."
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  2. #2
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    Philly's got this easily

    in my opinion it goes like this

    Andre Miller (slightly)> Calderon
    Andre Iguodala>> Anthony Parker
    Thaddeus Young= Jamario Moon
    Elton Brand (slightly)< Chris Bosh
    Samuel Dalembert (slightly) < Jermaine O'Neal

    Bench:

    Lou Williams (Led Eastern Conference in points off bench last season), Willie Green (started last year and scored 13 ppg), Reggie Evans, Kareem Rush, Marreese Speights, Jason Smith, Royale Ivey

    is better than

    Jason Kapono, Bargnani, Joey Graham, Hassan Adams, Nathan Jawai, Roko Ukic, Willie Solomon


    thats basically the only way i see it.

  3. #3
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    Yeah, but you're forgetting Cleveland...
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    Hell no, he (Durant) is too humble of a player and I only like humble players.
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    He lost with HCA, while having 5 time champion Derek Fisher coming off the bench!
    PWND!

  4. #4
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    Cleveland

  5. #5
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    Philly is set for 4

  6. #6
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    Philly no qtn, Cleveland will get da 7th seed mark it down..

  7. #7
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    no question toronto

  8. #8
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    I just dont like the way Cleveland looks.

    Lebron is AMAZING, dont get me wrong.

    but his supporting cast is STILL awful even with addition of Mo Williams who is just a glorified Delonte West (who they already have)

    So basically ur still looking at a lineup of

    Mo Williams
    Wally World
    Lebron James
    Big Ben
    Big Z

    West, Boobie, random rookie, Varejao off the bench.

    a bunch of average players at best and Lebron.

    it just doesnt work in my mind.

    5th seed at best for cleveland.... cus this aint the same east no more.

  9. #9
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    philly too overrated...cleveland mite take a step back therefore ...TORONTO TORONTO TORONTO.....and again TORONTO

  10. #10
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    T.O...gona own those phillies...T.O way better than philly agreed philly is OVERRATED....Andre iguodala...decent player...but not good enuff to be the second goto guy in contender..Elton Brand....has had good regular season succes but has been a big *** bust in post season

  11. #11
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    T.O. without a doubt. it'll b like T.O. takin 4th spot by a game over philly. then philly getting the 5th spot by like 2games against cleveland.

  12. #12
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    lebron is awesome...the best player in the league...thats only one of few points cavs have good as a team...philly will be allrite but raptors are better for now between the three for the regular season...we all noe KING JAMES turns it up a notch in play offs...IMO shuffle of T.O..Philly...Cavs...4 5 6 hard choice

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    I like Cleveland over both Philly and Toronto. I just can't see Toronto being that much of an improvement over last year in the rugular season. I think the moves may pay off duringt he playoffs but not during the regular season. Philly is a question mark in my opinion. Their moves can go either way. I think the transactions they made actually suit them better for the regular season so I would likely take them ahead of Toronto as well.

  14. #14
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    Philly or Toronto. Cleveland is 6 IMO.
    Kyle Kendrick sucks.

  15. #15
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    Cavs
    Duke '10 NCAA Tournament Champs
    Yankes '09 World Series Champs
    Giants '08 Super Bowl Champs

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